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Lynley Donnelly

Beast-free burgers are on a roll

Pioneering food firms are winning over fast food fans with meat alternatives – and even the beefy SA market is starting to bite

Ramaphosa’s reforms not certain

Local markets may enjoy a spell of post-election Ramaphoria, but the president now faces an uphill battle in truly fixing the broken economy

Death or taxes for polluting plastic

South Africa's apathetic attitude to plastic use requires an intervention — but what would work here?

Rise of the new construction ‘mafia’

Are violent disruptions of infrastructure projects led by thugs or champions of change?

Utility vows to complete Medupi and Kusile stations

The power plants have come in over budget and way behind schedule

Sars has mountain to climb

To increase compliance, government must act on those found guilty of wasting taxpayer’s money

Eskom: Is there life after debt?

The government is now considering financial restructuring methods to provide relief

Tax revenues record shock decline

The preliminary outcome is worse than budgeted in February, but say officials, the turnaround in tax refunds shows greater transparency

Moody’s stays mum on SA status

The ratings agency did not make a decision on South Africa’s rating leaving some analysts asking just when the axe will fall

‘Untenable’ mining charter compounds policy fears

The re-emergence of tension between the industry and government comes as the economy contends with stunted growth

Kganyago: SA banks can hold out against a downgrade

Should Moody’s downgrade the country, South Africa will fall out of important global government bond indices

Industry in renewed battle over mining charter

The minerals council has applied for a judicial review of the charter over provisions that it says could leave it unsustainable

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